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OptimizerMultivariableFunctionEvaluate Method

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Public methodEvaluate(Double, ITrackCalculationProgress)

Evaluates the function. The OptimizerMultivariableFunctionResults returned must include the computed equality constraints in the order that they are in the Equalities and the computed inequality constraints in the order that they are in the Inequalities. If there are no equality constraints, the function should return a zero-length array of doubles for the equality constraint values. The same should be done for the inequality constraint values if there are no inequality constraint.

If the CostFunction is , the results should include a null cost function value. Otherwise, the results should return a Double as the cost function value.

Public methodEvaluate(Double, Int32, Boolean, ITrackCalculationProgress)
Evaluates the function and the gradients. This will call both the DerivativeEvaluationEvent and the NormalFunctionEvaluationEvent events.
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